This name is of Greek origins. The meaning of Chloe in Greek comes from ‘khloe’, meaning ‘yellow-green’, thus signifying ‘verdant’, ‘fertility’, ‘blooming’. Chloe also refers to the small, young, green shoots of shrubs and plants. In Greek mythology, goddess Demeter is known by her epithet, Chloe, which symbolizes her power of possessing ever-returning fertility. She is the Olympian deity of agriculture, fertility and harvest. She also looks after the cycle of the human life which begins with life and ends with death. This name was borne by a Greek Christian woman who is mentioned in the Bible. American actor, Chloë Sevigny and 'Kick-Ass' actor, Chloë Grace Moretz are some of the popular Chloes of Hollywood. Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison was born as Chloe Morrison. An alternative spelling of this name, Khloe, has been popularized by the Kardashian sister, Khloe Kardashian.